- Cleopatra's Dagger
Typically assigned to stories about high society soirees, Elizabeth hopes to be able to cover crime and soon gets the chance to do so.
- Dilettante: True Tales of Excess, Triumph, and Disaster
As he recounts his path from coffee fetcher to respected editor, he courses through an entertaining who’s who of celebrities: smoking weed with Seth Rogen, day-drinking with Vanity Fair writer Christopher Hitchens (“maybe one of the most fun people ever”), and doing a photo shoot with Caitlyn Je
- 8 Billion and Counting: How Sex, Death, and Migration Shape Our World
According to Sciubba, human population growth is a story of inequality.
- The Bald Eagle: The Improbable Journey of America's Bird
He covers the use of the eagle as a symbol of fidelity, self-reliance, and courage; describes once-held beliefs that it was a scavenging pest; and explains threats to its survival, both from hunters and pollutants, that almost made it extinct in the 20th century.
- Barba Higuera, Chin, Boulley Win Newbery, Caldecott, Printz Awards
Five Batchelder Honor Books were selected: Coffee, Rabbit, Snowdrop, Lost by Betina Birkjær, illustrated by Anna Margrethe Kjærgaard, and translated by Sinéad Quirke Køngerskov (Enchanted Lion); In the Meadow of Fantasies by Hadi Mohammadi, illustrated by Nooshin Safakhoo, and translated
- Abdurraqib, Lin Win ALA’s 2022 Carnegie Medals
The New York Times praised Lin for reimagining the American Western by "centering the story on people who helped build the West but have often been erased from its mythology."
- Burn the Page: A True Story of Torching Doubts, Blazing Trails, and Igniting Change
The question is: Are you going to tell your own story about them, or are you going to let other people do that for you?”
- In on the Joke: The Original Queens of Standup Comedy
Written with a vibrance that excellently captures the larger-than-life personalities of Levy’s subjects, these stories coalesce to reveal the resilience and chutzpah that went into shaping stand-up as it’s known today.
- Bookselling Spotlight: The Reading Bug
Major publishers often sponsor episodes, which helps cover production costs.
- Cover Reveal: 'Stand Up!' by Brittney Cooper
Illustrator Cathy Ann Johnson devised the cover for Stand Up!
- Q & A with Daniel Pinkwater and Aaron Renier
Here’s the story behind it.
- Sourcebooks, Ebony Ink Deal for Adult Books
We are thrilled to be partnering with Ebony to showcase the extraordinary work of Black authors and celebrate Black stories,” Dominique Raccah, Sourcebooks publisher and CEO, said in a statement.
- Girl Power, Book Power
That book, with a powerful cover by Oge Mora, was created by women and featured 13 different artists working today who are as talented and fierce as the trailblazers featured within.
- The Bible in the Early Church
Historical theologian González (The Story of Christianity) examines the earliest forms and uses of the Bible in this brisk and fluidly written chronicle.
- The Honeybee Emeralds
After Alice, a young Iranian British woman interning in Paris at a floundering expat magazine, discovers a stunning necklace in the office’s basement, American editor Lily sees a chance to save the magazine with a splashy cover story.